The business for the week after the Easter recess will be:
Monday 4 April—Second Reading of the Public Service Ombudsman (Wales) Bill [Lords], followed by a debate on Welsh Affairs on a motion for the Adjournment of the House.
Tuesday 5 April—Second Reading of the Equality Bill, followed by consideration of Lords amendments to the Mental Capacity Bill.
Wednesday 6 April—Opposition Day [6th Allotted Day]. There will be a debate entitled "Government's failure to control immigration" followed by a debate entitled "Government's failure to tackle crime", both of which arise on an Opposition motion.
Thursday 7 April—A debate on defence in the UK on a motion for the Adjournment of the House.
Friday 8 April—Private Members' Bills.
The provisional business for the following week will be:
Monday 11 April—Second Reading of the Finance Bill.
I should like to inform the House that business in Westminster Hall for April will be:
Thursday 7 April—A debate on the national service framework for coronary heart disease.
Thursday 14 April—A debate on the report from the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee on social housing provision in Northern Ireland.
Thursday 21 April—A debate on the report from the International Development Committee on the Department for International Development's agriculture policy.
I wish you, Madam Deputy Speaker, right hon. and hon. Members, staff of the House and parliamentary clerks in Whitehall a happy Easter.